Katharine Ogden completed a sweep of the women's cross-country races, winning the 15K Free today, while Brian McLaughlin took the gold in the men's giant slalom to run away with the regional crown.
Tanguy Nef won his third slalom of the year and fifth carnival race overall, while Katharine Ogden claimed gold for the fourth time to help the Big Green take a 16-point lead over Vermont.
Taryn Hunt-Smith and Gavin McEwen both stepped on the podium for the first time in an individual race, and Brian McLaughlin won for the second straight day on the slopes in the Big Green victory.
The trio of Brian McLaughlin, Thomas Woolson and Kalle Wagner swept the podium in the giant slalom on Friday as Dartmouth jumped out to the lead at the Williams Carnival with 506 points.
David Domonoske produced two of his best finishes for the Big Green during the Winter Carnival, taking fifth in the giant slalom and sixth in the slalom.
The Big Green continues its winning ways with victories both at home and on the road.
Senior Callan DeLine and sophomore Lauren Jortberg had impressive showings on the home course at Oak Hill during the Dartmouth Winter Carnival last weekend.
Five more podiums, led by Katharine Ogden's win in the 5K Free, and three more team victories propelled Dartmouth over 1,000 points to win the home carnival for the first time since 2010.
Foreste Peterson, Tanguy Nef and Katharine Ogden all won their respective races on Friday to allow the Big Green to jump out to a 79-point lead over Vermont.
Freshman Katharine Ogden finished second in both cross-country races at the Vermont Carnival last weekend to earn the honor.
Dartmouth won two of the four events on Saturday with Nef winning the slalom and the women taking second and third in both the slalom and the 5K Classic to defeat the host Catamounts by 37 points.
With four podium finishes, Dartmouth was able to win three of the first four events of the Vermont Carnival and end up atop the leaderboard with a slim 486-479 edge over the host Catamounts.